- The book is split into thirty page-long units, each focusing on a different common mistake made by students in the IELTS exam
- A wide variety of mistakes is covered in the text, from the perennial problem of when to use the definite and indefinite article to the differences in usage between when, if and whenever
- There are also units covering aspects of the language that can also confuse native speakers, like apostrophes or the use of commas with discourse markers, and there are also three units on common errors with describing statistics, which comes up in the first part of the writing exam.
|Title||Cambridge Common Mistakes at IELTS Intermediate: And How to Avoid Them|
|Author||Pauline Cullen & Julie Moore|
|Publisher||Cambridge University Press (CUP)|
|Number Of Page||64|